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SAT stands for Scholastic Aptitude Test. It’s a standardized college admission test run by the College Board, a non-profit organization. The SAT is a standardized test meant to show schools how prepared you are for college by measuring key skills like reading comprehension, computational ability, and clarity of expression. Because so many students take the test, it also provides schools with data about how you compare to your peers nationwide. There are SAT I and SAT II. SAT 1 is a Math and English ( Reading & Writing ) test. SAT II or SAT subject tests are standardized tests given on individual subjects: Biology, Chemistry, Physics , etc.
The SAT is administered several dates a year, so you have many opportunities to take the test. It’s usually offered in January, March, May, June, October, November, and December.The SAT is administered world wide. Use the College Board website to find test centers near you.
On the College Board website.
You’ll receive two scores, one math and one verbal (combined from the reading and writing sections). Each of these scores is on a scale between 200 and 800 points. The total maximum, composite (combined) score you can earn on the new SAT is 1600 points.
The program is a preparation for the SAT exam by presenting the tactics and strategies needed to ace the exam, and practicing the questions of both, the English and the Math sections by solving real SAT tests prepared by the College Board.
The program prepares the student and makes him eligible to attend the SAT.
Anyone who has studied Algebra and Geometry and completed at least 9 years of English.
Passing the placement tests.
By credit card on the website.